Anti-nuclear Movement in Austria

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In austria, a nuclear plant was built in Zwentendorf in the 70s. In 1978, there was a referendum against the Zwentendorf plant which succeeded. After that, the technically finished reactor was never used.

Today, there is a vast majority in austria against nuclear power, supported by all major parties.

Temelin and debate about nationalism

There were many protest actions in Austria against the czech reactor Temelin, including border blockades. The protests got critics from left ecologists. The FPÖ, a right-wing-party, played an important role in the protest.